The pinafield, or skirt, is a simple design that was used by many Indian households to keep their daughters warm in hot weather.
However, it has fallen out of favour due to the prevalence of COVID-19 and the pandemic, which has resulted in people being forced to wear pina-coloured clothing.
The garment, or sarong, is often used in a short-sleeved style to hide the long skirt, which can be very impractical for those who live in a colder climate.
How do you wear a cotton sarong?
A cotton sarongs is made of a fabric of cotton that is woven and sewn to create a short, fitted, and elastic skirt.
The fabric is then made into a long sleeve that is sewn onto the bottom of the sarong.
The length of the length of fabric determines the length and shape of the skirt.
A cotton panna is made up of three separate parts, and each of these is sewed together and seamed together to create the shape of a long sarong or panna.
It is important to remember that a cotton or silk panna will not stay in place on your body or body parts.
How to wear a panna?
Panna is a small sarong made from a long cotton or polyester.
This is a garment that can be worn by women in many ways, including as a dress or as a simple dress.
Panna can be a simple or fitted sarong that is worn by the waist or neck, or it can be made into an over-the-knee garment.
The waist is seamed to create an under-kneeslacing style and the length is seaming to create over-knot styles.
To get the perfect fit, the under-neck of a pannies is cut off so that the material is at a perfect length.
Pannies are often worn by Indian women to prevent overheating or cold weather, and can be used in the same way as a skirt.
It can also be used for winter weather as it is lightweight and is not warm.
Painsha Bhattacharya from the Hindustan University said that a panya can be easily fitted in under skirts and dresses to prevent it from getting warm.
It should also be made to be breathable and have pockets that can hold small items.
The sarong can be folded and made into other shapes to be worn in a wider variety of styles.
If you would like to learn more about cotton panniers, then here are some links to learn how to make a pona, or silk sarong from India.